As a Bluetooth turntable, the AT-LP120XBT-USB provides the convenience of sending the audio wirelessly to your Bluetooth speaker or headphones so you don’t have to deal with wires and cables. However, it is not uncommon for Bluetooth devices across the market to experience minor hiccups in their processing and connectivity. If you come across an issue with your new AT-LP120XBT-USB not pairing to any devices, or if the turntable has stopped pairing with your devices, you can perform a reset procedure to help the Bluetooth technology function correctly. Below you will find instructions on how to reset the Bluetooth processing in the AT-LP120XBT-USB turntable.
- Make certain the Bluetooth speaker or pair of headphones that was paired with the turntable is turned completely OFF. Then, press and hold down the Bluetooth button on the turntable for about 8-10 seconds. You will see the light flash red and blue rapidly back and forth, but keep holding down the button until you see the light blink red slowly twice, and then go back to flashing red and blue.
- Once the light goes back to flashing red and blue you may let go of the button. Wait for the light to stop flashing red and blue and go back to solid red. **Please note that it may take 2-3 minutes to turn solid red.**
- Once the light is solid red the reset is complete. Press and hold down the Bluetooth button again to put the turntable into pairing mode (red/blue) and put your Bluetooth receiving device (speaker or headphones) back into pairing mode.
If your turntable is still having trouble pairing with your devices, then there may be other devices (such as smartphones, tablets, other speakers, or even Wi-Fi routers) causing wireless interference within your environment.